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Red Shift: The Rapid and Continuous Change in Manufacturing Technologies

Entities working toward continuous improvement and smoother operations management as well as users, builders, and developers of additive, automation, subtractive, workholding, and metrology have been making manufacturing technologies change...

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By Benjamin MosesApr 16, 2021

Episode 47: Stephen fully discloses the copious amounts of fun he had on the pole at his best friend’s bachelor party. Pole position that is, because they went karting! He also announces his lust to learn more about machine tool cutting fluids.

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By Stephen LaMarcaApr 16, 2021

What ever happened to hydrogen fuel cell cars? Toyota’s (micro)chip on their shoulder – and in their inventory reserves. Averting robo-dog supremacy. Robots coming of age. Additively manufacturing gun barrels.

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By Greg JonesApr 16, 2021

The goal of the updated Mandate is to impact decision-making among federal policymakers by providing a clear vision of near-term and long-term future goals of our industry.

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By Benjamin MosesApr 15, 2021

Entities working toward continuous improvement and smoother operations management as well as users, builders, and developers of additive, automation, subtractive, workholding, and metrology have been making manufacturing technologies change...

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By Gail McGrewApr 15, 2021

The two categories of robots used in manufacturing are industrial grade robots and collaborative robots (cobots); adaptive robots were only introduced in 2019. We will examine how each new generation of robots is more flexible and intelligent...

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By AMTApr 15, 2021

While the MT industry and economy at large still struggle to recover to pre-pandemic levels, there are a few things all business leaders can do to protect their future. Despite ongoing uncertainty, manufacturing leaders are largely optimistic...

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By Steve LesnewichApr 14, 2021

Sometimes when an idea presents itself, you might think about whether or not to pursue it. When the same idea presents itself three times in a row, you should be smart enough to not ignore the message and not tempt fate.

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By Travis EganApr 13, 2021

We are sad to announce that Member Services Vice President Steve Lesnewich will be retiring from AMT on June 1, 2021. Steve joined AMT in 2012 as vice president of industry engagement from the American Machine Tools Distributor Association (AMTDA)...

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By Edward ChristopherApr 12, 2021

The big news today is the opening of CIMT 2021 in Beijing. We have an AMT/USA pavilion at the show featuring 31 participating members. To celebrate, here are some real-time visuals of our first day at CIMT.  

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By Kristin BartschiApr 12, 2021

U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders totaled $377.6 million in February 2021, a 17.8% increase from January 2021 and a 34.2% increase over February 2020, according to the latest U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders report published by AMT.

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